# EXPLORING COMPUTER SCIENCE (802)

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2 STANDARD 2 PROBLEM SOLVING 20% of Exam Blueprint (4 WEEKS) THIS UNIT FOCUSES ON DEVELOPING COMPUTATIONAL THINKING SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDING THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE. Students will be given opportunities to become "computational thinkers" by applying a variety of problem-solving techniques as they create solutions to problems that are situated in a variety of contexts. 1. List and explain the steps they use in solving a problem. 2. Solve a problem by applying appropriate problem-solving techniques. 3. Communicate an algorithm to others. 4. Determine if a given algorithm successfully solves a stated problem. 5. Create algorithms that meet specified objectives. 6. Compare the tradeoffs between different algorithms for solving the same problem. 7. Explain the characteristics of problems that cannot be solved by a computer. Students will be introduced to selected topics in discrete mathematics including Boolean logic, functions, graphs and the binary number system. 1. Explain the connections between binary numbers and computers. 2. Explore algorithms for fundamental practical problems, such as searching, sorting and finding paths in graphs. STANDARD 3 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 0% of Exam Blueprint (6 WEEKS) STUDENTS ARE INTRODUCED TO SOME BASIC PROGRAMMING ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH CODE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT. Students design algorithms and create programming solutions to a variety of computational problems using an iterative development process in Scratch. 1. Use appropriate algorithms to solve a problem. 2. Design, code, test, and execute a program that corresponds to a set of specifications, with practical, personal, and/or societal intent. 3. Select appropriate programming structures. 4. Locate and correct errors in a program. 5. Explain how a particular program functions. 6. Justify the correctness of a program Page 2 of 6

3 STANDARD 4 - COMPUTING AND DATA ANALYSIS 0% of Exam Blueprint (3 WEEKS) STUDENTS EXPLORE HOW COMPUTING HAS FACILITATED NEW METHODS OF MANAGING AND INTERPRETING DATA. Students will use computers to translate process and visualize data in order to find patterns and test hypotheses. 1. Describe the features of appropriate data sets for specific problems. 2. Use computers to find patterns in data and test hypotheses about data. 3. Justify conclusions drawn from data analysis. Students will work with a variety of large data sets that illustrate how widespread access to data and information facilitates identification of problems. 1. Apply a variety of analysis techniques to large data sets. 2. Compare different analysis techniques and discuss the tradeoffs among them. Students will collect and generate their own data related to local community issues and discuss appropriate methods for data collection and aggregation of data necessary to support making a case or facilitating a discovery. STANDARD 5 SOCIETAL IMPACTS OF COMPUTING 12% of Exam Blueprint (WOVEN THROUGHOUT THE COURSE) STUDENTS DISCUSS HOW COMPUTING ENABLES INNOVATION IN A VARIETY OF FIELDS AND THE IMPACTS THAT THOSE INNOVATIONS HAVE ON SOCIETY. THE PROLIFERATION OF COMPUTERS AND NETWORKS RAISES A NUMBER OF ETHICAL ISSUES. TECHNOLOGY HAS HAD BOTH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON HUMAN CULTURE. Students will be able to identify ethical behavior and articulate both sides of ethical topics. 1. Discuss issues of equity, access, and power in the context of computing resources. 2. Communicate the legal and ethical concerns raised by computational innovations. 3. Explain positive and negative effects of technological innovations on human culture. Students study the responsibilities of software users and software developers with respect to intellectual property rights, software failures, and the piracy of software and other digital media. 1. Analyze how computing influences and is influenced by the cultures for which they are designed and the cultures in which they are used. 2. Analyze how social and economic values influence the design and development of computing innovations Page 3 of 6

4 Objective 5: 3. Discuss privacy and security concerns related to computational innovations. 4. Explain the implications of communication as data exchange. Students are introduced to the concept of open-source software development and explore its implications. 1. Describe ways in which computing enables innovation. 2. Discuss the ways in which innovations enabled by computing affect communication and problem solving. Students will gain an appreciation for the many ways in which computingenabled innovation have had an impact on society, as well as for the many different fields in which they are used. Connections among social, economical and cultural contexts will be discussed. 1. Analyze the effects of computing on society within economic, social, and cultural contexts. 2. Students identify and describe careers in computing and careers that employ computing. Students will use skills and applications learned to complete a cross curricular project for the class. STANDARD 6 COMPUTING SYSTEMS 13% of Exam Blueprint (WOVEN THROUGHOUT THE COURSE.) STUDENTS WILL LEARN THAT COMPUTER SYSTEMS INCLUDE OPERATING SYSTEMS, HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND NETWORKS. Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic operating system features and functions. 1. Demonstrate an understanding of an OS, its function, relationship to hardware, common features, need for upgrades, etc. 2. Explain the difference between operation system and application software. 3. Manage computer folder and/or files and use different OS tools. 4. Understand common file types and extensions. 5. Manage OS configurations, customize desktop settings, etc. Students will demonstrate an understanding of computers, computer hardware, computing devices, computer performance, peripherals, etc. 1. Identify computer hardware, peripherals, etc. and explain the functions of the item. 2. Identify different storage media external drives, flash drives, cloud storage, etc. 3. Identify different computing devices desktop, laptop, server, tablet, smart phone, etc. 4. Explain how computing performance is affected by memory, processor, storage, network bandwidth, etc. 5. Analyze the characteristics of hardware components to determine the applications for which they can be used Page 4 of 6

6 Students will learn and use the key application of a spreadsheet to create a variety of documents to solve problems. 1. Learn and use spreadsheet layout features insert/delete rows & columns, adjust cell sizes, change alignment, merge cells, change formatting, etc. 2. Create and use cell formulas order of operations, +, -, *, /, ^, etc. 3. Implement functions in cells sum, min, max, average, count, if, etc. 4. Insert charts and graphs. 5. Use data management to sort and filter data. 6. Create projects including: grade sheet, data analysis etc. Students will use the key application of a presentation program to create a variety of documents to present and publish project ideas and results. 1. Plan or storyboard a presentation prior to creation. 2. Design slides based on good design principles, applying layout, animations, timing, transitions, etc. 3. Insert a variety of content in a presentation text, lists, tables, media, charts, graphics, hyperlinks, Web links, etc. 4. Manage the presentation by adding slides, deleting slides, revising the slide order, etc 5. Create projects including: eportfolio, project proposals, project presentations, etc. Common Core Standard alignment available upon request Page 6 of 6

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